Perhaps driven by the rebirth of Airstream in the early 2010s, the camper trailer market has never been more flush with chic and functional products. And the Polydrop Teardrop Trailer serves as the perfect example.
The creation of innovative architectural designer Kyung-Hyun Lew, this trailer has a futuristic exterior that belies the decidedly cozy feel of its interior living compartment. In fact, in the words of New Atlas, “Lew doesn’t think of the Polydrop trailer as a camper so much as a portable personal space.”
And Lew put his money where his mouth is through extensive private travel, using the Polydrop as a lodging, an office, and a mobile study area that he hitched to his wife’s compact 4-cylinder car. This lightweight trailer not only features a cabin with all the comforts of home (think electric heat, USB connectivity, and plenty of 12-volt outlets) but a “trunk” that doubles as a handy travel kitchen.